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Models of care for treatment of adult drug misusers: Update 2006

10 References

1. National Treatment Agency (2002) Models of Care for Treatment of Adult Drug Misusers. London: NTA. (Available as Part 1: Summary for Commissioners and Managers Responsible for Implementation, and Part 2: Full Reference Report).

2. Department of Health (2004) NHS Improvement Plan 2004: Putting People at the Heart of Public Services. London: DH.

3. Department of Health (2004). Standards for Better Health. London: DH

4. Gossop M (2006) Treating Drug Misuse Problems: Evidence of Effectiveness. London: NTA

5. National Treatment Agency (2006) Care Planning Practice Guide. London: NTA

6. Department of Health (1996) Report of an Independent Review of Drug Treatment Services in England: The task Force to Review Services for Drug Misusers. London: DH

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Health and Criminal Behaviour During the Five Years Intake. London: National Addiction Centre, 2001). Available from www.dh.gov.uk

8. Audit Commission (2004) Drug Misuse 2004: Reducing the Local Impact. London: Audit Commission

9. Audit Commission (2002) Changing Habits: The Commissioning and Management of Community Drug Treatment Services for Adults. London: Audit Commission

10. Full details of waiting times are available on the NTA website at www.nta.nhs.uk

11. NTA and Department of Health (2005) Statistics From the National Drug Treatment Monitoring System (NDTMS), 1 April 2003-31 March 2004. London: DH Further detailed statistics on drug misusers in treatment, England

2003/04 are published by the NTA at www.nta.nhs.uk

12. Gossop M (2005) Treatment Outcomes: What We Know and What We Need to Know. London: NTA.

13. Health Protection Agency (2005) Shooting up: infections among injecting drug users in the United Kingdom 2004. An update: October 2005. London: HPA

14. Rhodes T et al (2006) Visual Assessment of Injecting Drug Use: A Pilot Study. London: NTA

15. Health Protection Agency (2003) Shooting Up: Infections Among Injecting Drug Users in the United Kingdom 2002. An update: December 2003. London: HPA

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18. Office for National Statistics (2006) Deaths Related to Drug Poisoning: England and Wales, 2000-2004. Health Statistics Quarterly 29, Spring 2006. London: ONS

19. The Stationery Office Limited (2005) Drugs Act 2005. London: TSO

20. HM Prison Service (2000) Prison Service Order 3550: Clinical Services for Substance Misusers. London: HMPS

21. Department of Health (1999) Drug Misuse and Dependence – Guidelines on Clinical Management. London: DH

22. Department of Health (forthcoming) Clinical Management of Drug Dependence in the Adult Prison Setting. London: DH

23. National Drug Evidence Centre (NDEC), The University of Manchester (2004) Treatment Effectiveness: Demonstration Analysis of Treatment Surveillance Data About Treatment Completion and Retention. London: NTA

24. Review of CARAT Services, 2005-05 (unpublished report available on request from the National Offender Management Service Drug Strategy Unit – noms@homeoffice.gsi.gov.uk )

25. National Treatment Agency (2005) Business Plan 2005/06: Towards Treatment Effectiveness. London: NTA

26. Department of Health (2005) Commissioning a Patient-Led NHS. London: DH

27. Department of Health (2004) Practice-Based Commissioning: Promoting Clinical Engagement. London: DH Further information on practice-based commissioning is available at the DH website www.dh.gov.uk

28. Department of Health (2006) Our Health, Our Care, Our Say: A New Direction for Community Services. London: DH

29. National Offender Management Service (2006) Integrated Drug Treatment System – The first 28 days: Psychological Support. London: NOMS

30. Royal College of Psychiatrists and Royal College of General Practitioners (2005) Roles and Responsibilities of Doctors in the Provision of Treatment for Drug and Alcohol Misusers. London: RCPsych and RCGP

31. Best D et al (2005) National Needs Assessment for Tier 4 Drug Services in England. London: NTA

32. Day E (2005) Opiate Detoxification in an Inpatient Setting. London: NTA

33. Home Office/National Treatment Agency/Department of Health (2006) Initial Guide for the Commissioning of Inpatient and Residential Rehabilitation Drug and Alcohol Treatment Interventions as part of Treatment Systems

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